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FOURTEEN YEARS AND MORE QUESTIONS

2017-07-29T06:36:27+00:00

The most recent survey in Thailand indicates that unless their is a serious effort to help save the few remaining elephants in the country (approximately 3000 wild elephants and 2000 captive) they could become extinct in [...]

FOURTEEN YEARS AND MORE QUESTIONS2017-07-29T06:36:27+00:00

Re: Panom for my French friends

2017-07-29T06:25:45+00:00

"J'espère que tout va bien. Je vous annonce que vous pouvez voir la bande annonce du film "l'éléphant Panom" (Panom est le nom de l'éléphant que Galen Garwood a rencontré lors de son séjour en Thailande, [...]

Re: Panom for my French friends2017-07-29T06:25:45+00:00

Train Tourists, Not Elephants

2017-07-29T06:25:35+00:00

MORE NOTES ON THE ELEPHANT Recently I’ve been in contact with Alyne Fortgang in Seattle, Washington, USA. She is cofounder of a group of citizens diligently trying to convince the city’s zoo, WoodLand Park, to free [...]

Train Tourists, Not Elephants2017-07-29T06:25:35+00:00

What does ‘Panom’ mean?

2017-07-29T06:24:08+00:00

I promised I'd explain the word Panom and so I shall. In Thailand, the elephant and Buddha are inseparably linked in history and the evolution of that mythic relationship stems further back into ancient Hinduism; The [...]

What does ‘Panom’ mean?2017-07-29T06:24:08+00:00

Do Elephants Paint?

2017-07-29T06:25:14+00:00

DO ELEPHANTS PAINT? By Galen Garwood Elephants began their evolutionary history about the same time as humans. Both species probably began as herbivores but somewhere far back in that implacable flight in which we separated ourselves [...]

Do Elephants Paint?2017-07-29T06:25:14+00:00
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